Cave has released a new iOS and Android game in Japan based on the Psycho-Pass anime.

In it, you play as a rookie in Unit One of the Public Safety Bureau's Criminal Investigation Division as they track down masked criminals.

As with the anime, you're able to scan people to get a psychological profile of them. If they have criminal intentions then you can apprehend them with your Dominator.

The play is divided between visual novel story-telling sections and first-person shooter-style moments.

If you're unfamiliar, Psycho-Pass takes place in a future dystopia that sees enforcers capturing people by profiling them on the streets before they can commit crimes.

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The sensors used are able to detect a person's mental state, personality, and how likely they are to break the law.

If you have a Japanese iTunes account then you can download Psycho-Pass for free on the App Store and Google Play right now.

Cave recently pulled out from making games for English-speaking players so don't expect this one to come to the west.